Associates Survey 2013: The Great (Gender) Divide

Midlevel job satisfaction is higher than it's been for years, but women are less satisfied than their male counterparts.

, The American Lawyer

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Midlevel job satisfaction is higher than it's been for years, but women are less satisfied than their male counterparts.

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    My husband and I decided that he would prioritize career success (job satisfaction making more money), so that I could prioritize working less/finding a job that is more fulfilling/having more time to manage aspects of the household. The ultimate goal is for both of us to spend more quality time with each other and our children. One of us (him) making more money affords this goal for both of us. It also enables people to outsource more of their “chores” and in turn improve their work/life balance. We have shirts laundered and pressed rather than doing it ourselves. ( 2 hrs.) We hire a housekeeper to clean the house. ( 4 hrs.) We pay to have the car washed. ( 1 hr.) And so on.
    His prioritizing money stems directly from his priority to lead a better life for all of us.

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